Residency Programs

Resident Interview Days for Match 2024

Wednesday, December 13
Thursday, December 14
Friday, January 5
Saturday, January 6

Otolaryngology Residency Program

The Duke Department of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences strives to be a premiere academic otolaryngology program through compassionate and extraordinary patient care, critical investigation of head and neck disease, and excellence in education.

Audiology Residency Program

As a audiology resident, students will gain hands-on experience in diagnostics, auditory-evoked potentials, auditory processing disorder evaluations, NICU hearing screens, tinnitus evaluation and management, and observational experience in intra-operative monitoring, hearing aids, and aural rehabilitation.

OHNS Emergency Skills Course

This course is designed to address basic OHNS emergency calls and is geared towards the PGY 1 & 2 residents.

Selective Service System Registration

  • All male applicants (as determined by gender assigned at birth for purposes of this requirement) who are U.S. citizens or immigrants must have registered with the Selective Service System within 30 days of their 18th birthday, or arrival date into the USA. Individuals are eligible to register until the age of 26. Failure to register is a violation of federal law, and can face significant penalties, including loss of eligibility for citizenship for immigrants. Individuals who have not registered are not eligible for a variety of benefits including federal student aid, federal job training, and any job in the Executive Branch of the government (e.g., VA, Medicare, federal prisons), and are not allowed to work in federal facilities even as a resident or fellow.
  • Most Duke GME programs require rotations at federal facilities such as VA hospitals or prisons. All trainees in those programs must be eligible to work at those facilities. All applicants should ensure that they have registered for the Selective Service System if appropriate. If they have not registered, they should discuss this with their potential program director. Additional details can be found at